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Last week was filled with 18-hour days for Glen Nager. But he wasn't complaining. After all, the reason he was so busy was that the annual U.S. Open Championship golf tournament was under way in subu
An attorney has sued Philadelphia personal injury firms Anapol Schwartz Weiss Cohan Feldman & Smalley and Raynes McCarty, alleging Raynes McCarty withdrew its job offer to him based on false informat
The recent opinion from the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania in Vaughn v. LA Fitness, Civ. Nos. 10-2326, 11-2644, 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 115272 (E.D.PA. Aug. 16, 2012), pro
...services as a way to highlight a stance against SOPA and...headlines and teasers on the magazine's site. Mozilla joined in...
...arguments or that Congress will make them do so. Other highlights and lowlights of this year at the Supreme Court: BIG...
...quot; A salacious tale, to be sure, but it also highlights an increasingly common problem that organizations of all shapes of sizes confront...
...down the list after the school provided accurate admissions data to the magazine for its 2010 entering class. The university admitted in February...
Villanova University School of Law confirmed Friday that the law school had knowingly sent incorrect data to the American Bar Association prior to 2010 regarding its admissions statistics
Memorable moments at conferences sometimes come in surprising places. Or through surprising juxtapositions. The Association of Corporate Counsel's annual meeting had both in one session
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